OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History

ISBN : 9780199759255

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Christopher Nichols; David Milne; Timothy J Lynch; Paul S Boyer
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1488 Pages
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196 x 274 mm
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Jan 2013
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The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History, a two-volume set, will offer both assessment and analysis of the key episodes, issues and actors in the military and diplomatic history of the United States. At a time of war, in which ongoing efforts to recalibrate American diplomacy are as imperative as they are perilous, the Oxford Encyclopedia will present itself as the first recourse for scholars wishing to deepen their understanding of the crucial features of the historical and contemporary foreign policy landscape and its perennially martial components. Entries will be written by the top diplomatic and military historians and key scholars of international relations from within the American academy, supplemented, as is appropriate for an encyclopedia of diplomacy, with entries from foreign-based academics, in the United Kingdom and elsewhere. The crucial importance of the subject is reflected in the popularity of university courses dedicated to diplomatic and military history and the enduring appeal of international relations (IR) as a political science discipline drawing on both. The Oxford Encyclopedia will be a basic reference tool across both disciplines - a potentially very significant market.

Index: 

Acheson, Dean
Adams, John
Adams, John Quincy
Adams-Onis Treaty
Addams, Jane
Afghanistan War (Since 2001)
Agency for International Development
Air Force, U.S.
Overview
Origins of the Air Force
Air Force Independence and the Cold War
Alabama Claims Controversy
Alamo, Battle of the
Alaska, Purchase of
Albright, Madeleine
Algeciras Conference
Alliance for Progress
America First Committee
American Friends Service Committee
American Legion
Analogy in U.S. Diplomacy
Antebellum Era, U.S. Military and Diplomatic Affairs during the
Anti-Americanism
Anti-Communism
Antietam, Battle of
Anti-imperialism
Anti-nuclear Protest Movements
Antiwar Movements
Apartheid, U.S. Policy toward
Arlington National Cemetery
Army Corps of Engineers, U.S.
Army, U.S.:Overview
Army, U.S.: Colonial and Revolutionary Eras
Army, U.S.: 1783-1865
Army, U.S.: 1866-99
Army, U.S.: 1900-41
Army, U.S.: Since 1941
Arthur, Chester A.
Articles of Confederation
Atlantic Charter
Atomic Energy Commission
Bacon's Rebellion
Baker, James
Balch, Emily
Barbary Wars
Baruch Plan
Bases, U.S. Military, Domestic and Foreign
Bay of Pigs
Berlin Blockade and Airlift
Black Hawk
Blaine, James G.
Bombing, Strategy and Ethics of
Bonus Army
Boston Massacre
Boston Tea Party
Brant, Joseph
Bretton Woods Conference
Brownsville Incident
Bryan, William Jennings
Buchanan, James
Bulge, Battle of the
Bull Run, Battle of
Bunche, Ralph J.
Bundy, McGeorge
Bunker Hill, Battle of
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Burr, Aaron
Bush, George H. W.
Bush, George W.
Bush, Vannevar
Camp David Accords
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Carter, Jimmy
Central Intelligence Agency
Chaplaincy, in the U.S. Military
Cheney, Richard B.
Cherokee Cases
Christopher, Warren
Civil Defense
Civil Liberties, Suppression of
Civil War (1861-65)
Civil War: Causes
Civil War: Military and Diplomatic Course
Civil War: Domestic Course
Civil War: Postwar Impact
Civil War: Changing Interpretations
Clark, George Rogers
Clay, Henry
Clayton-Bulwer Treaty
Cleveland, Grover
Clifford, Clark
Clinton, Bill
Coast Guard, U.S.
Cold War (1945-91)
Cold War: Causes
Cold War: External Course
Cold War: Domestic Course
Cold War: Changing Interpretations
Collective Security
Colonial Era, U.S. Diplomatic and Military History during the
Commander-in-Chief, President as
Conant, James B.
Confederate States of America
Congress and Foreign Policy and Military Affairs
Conscientious Objection
Conscription
Constitution, Basis for Diplomacy and War in the
Constitutional Convention of 1787
Containment
Coolidge, Calvin
Council on Foreign Relations
Counterinsurgency
Covert Operations
Crazy Horse
Cuban Missile Crisis
Cultural Turn in History of U.S. Foreign Relations
Davis, Jefferson
Dawes Severalty Act
D-Day
Declaration of Independence
Defense Contractors, Private
Defense, Department of
Defense Industry
Democracy Promotion
Democratic Party
Detente
Diplomacy, Theories of
Dollar Diplomacy
Domestic Politics, Influence of, on U.S. Foreign Policy
Domino Theory
Drugs, War on
Dulles, John Foster
Early Republic, U.S. Military and Diplomatic Affairs during the
Eisenhower, Dwight D.
Embargo Acts
Exceptionalism in U.S. Foreign Relations
Expansionism
Farragut, David
Ford, Gerald R.
Foreign Aid
Foreign Policy
Foreign Policy Analysis
Foreign Relations
Foundations, Philanthropic, and U.S. Foreign Policy
Fourteen Points
Franklin, Benjamin
Fulbright, William
Gadsden Purchase
Garvey, Marcus
Gender and American Foreign Policy
Gender, Sexuality and War
Geneva Conventions
Geronimo
Gettysburg, Battle of
Gettysburg Address
Ghent, Treaty of
G.I. Bill
Gilded Age and Progressive Era, U.S. Military and Diplomatic Affairs during the
Global Economy, America and the
Good Neighbor Policy
Grand Army of the Republic
Grand Strategy
Grant, Ulysses S.
Greene, Nathanael
Grenada, Invasion of
Group of Seven Conferences
Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
Haig, Alexander
Hamilton, Alexander
Hay, John
Helsinki Accords
Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Atomic Bombing of
Historiography
Historiography: American Diplomatic History
Historiography: American Military History
Holbrooke, Richard
Homosexuality, Policy toward, in the U.S. Military
Hoover, Herbert
Hopkins, Harry
Houston, Sam
Hull, Cordell
Human Rights, International
Hussein, Saddam
Ideals, Military
Ideology as a Factor in U.S. Foreign Relations
Imperial Wars
Institution of Pacific Relations
Insular Cases
Intelligence, Military and Political
International Criminal Court
Internationalism
International Law
International Monetary Fund
International Relations Theory and U.S. Foreign Policy
Internment of Enemy Aliens and Combatants
Interventionism
Interwar Period, U.S. Military and Diplomatic Affairs during the
Iran-Contra Affair
Iraq Wars (1990-2010)
Iroquois Confederacy
Isolationism
Iwo Jima, Battle of
Jackson, Andrew
Jackson, Henry "
Jackson, Thomas J. "
Japanese Americans, Incarceration of
Jay, John
Jay's Treaty
Jefferson, Thomas
Johnson, Andrew
Johnson, Lyndon B.
Jones, John Paul
Judiciary and Foreign Policy
Justice, Military
Justice, Military: Articles of War (1775-1950)
Justice, Military: Uniform Code of Military Justice (Since 1950)
Justice, Military: Military Crimes
Justice, Military: Military Police
Justice, Military: Military Courts
Justice, Military: Military Punishment
Justice, Military: Military Prisons
Just War Theory
Kellogg, Frank
Kellogg-Briand Pact
Kennan, George F.
Kennedy, John F.
King, Ernest J.
King Philip's War
Kirkpatrick, Jeane
Kissinger, Henry
Korean War (1950-1953)
Laird, Melvin
Lansing, Robert
League of Nations
Leahy, William D.
Lee, Robert E.
LeMay, Curtis E.
Leyte Gulf, Battle of
Lincoln, Abraham
Little Bighorn, Battle of the
Lobbies, Influence of, on U.S. Foreign Policy
London Economic Conference
Louisiana Purchase
MacArthur, Douglas
Madison, James
Mahan, Alfred Thayer
Maine, USS, Sinking of
Manhattan Project
Manifest Destiny
Marine Corps, U.S.
Marine Corps, U.S.: Overview
Marine Corps, U.S.: 1775-1865
Marine Corps, U.S.: 1865-1914
Marine Corps, U.S.: 1914-1945
Marine Corps, U.S.: Since 1945
Marshall, George
Marshall Plan
Mayaguez Incident
McClellan, George
McKinley, William
McNamara, Robert S.
Media, Role of, in U.S. Foreign Policy
War and the Military in News Media
War and the Military in Photography
Meigs, Montgomery
Mexican War (1846-1848)
Midway, Battle of
Military-Industrial Complex
Military Service Academies
Missionary Movements
Mitchell, Billy
Modernization Theory
Monroe, James
Monroe Doctrine
Moore, John Bassett
Morgenthau Plan
Mormon War
My Lai Massacre
National Guard and Army Reserve
National Security
National Security Act of 1947
National Security Council Document 68
Native Americans in the Military
Native American Wars
Navigation Acts
Navy, U.S.
Navy, U.S.: Overview
Navy, U.S.: 1783-1865
Navy, U.S.: 1866-1898
Navy, U.S.: 1899-1945
Navy, U.S.: Since 1945
Neoconservatism
Neutrality
Neutrality Acts
New Look Policy, Eisenhower's
New Orleans, Battle of
Niebuhr, Reinhold
Nimitz, Chester
Nitze, Paul
Nixon, Richard M.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Northern Ireland Peace Process, U.S. Diplomacy in the
Nuclear-Test Ban Treaty, Comprehensive
Nuclear Weapons and Strategy
The Cold War Nuclear Arms Race
Nuclear Arms Control in the Cold War
Nuclear Counter-proliferation after the Cold War
Missile and Nuclear Missile Defense
Obama, Barack
Office of Strategic Services
Olney, Richard
Opechancanough
Open Door Policy
Organization of American States
Osceola
Ostend Manifesto
Pacificism
Paine, Thomas
Panama, U.S. Military Intervention in
Panama Canal
Pan-American Union
Paris, Treaty of
Patton, George S., Jr.
Peace Corps
Peace Movements
Peace Progressives
Pearl Harbor, Attack on
Pensions, Civil War
Pentagon, The
Pentagon Papers
Pequot War
Permanent Court of International Justice
Perry, Matthew
Pershing, John J.
Philippine War (1899-1902)
Pierce, Franklin
Pinckney's Treaty
Pocahontas
Point Four Program
Political Warfare
Polk, James Knox
Pontiac
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Potsdam Conference
Powell, Colin
Powhatan
Preparedness Controversy
Presidential Decision Making and Foreign Policy
Presentis, Foreign Policy Legacies of
Proclamation of 1763
Public Diplomacy
Public Opinion, Influence of, on U.S. Diplomacy
Pueblo Revolt
Quasi-War with France
Rabi, Isidor I.
Race and Foreign Relations
Race and the Military
Rankin, Jeannette
Reagan, Ronald
Reconstruction
Red Cloud
Red Cross, American
Reed, Walter
Religion, Influence on, on U.S. Diplomacy
Republican Party
Revere, Paul
Revolutionary War (1775-1783)
Revolutionary War: Causes
Revolutionary War: Military and Diplomatic Course
Revolutionary War: Domestic Course
Revolutionary War: Postwar Impact
Revolutionary War: Changing Interpretations
Rice, Condoleezza
Roosevelt, Eleanor
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano
Roosevelt, Theodore
Root, Elihu
Rosenberg Case
Rostow, Walt W.
ROTC
Rumsfeld, Donald
Rusk, Dean
San Francisco Conference
Saratoga, Battle of
Schwarzkopf, H. Norman
Scott, Winfield
Scowcroft, Brent
September 11th Terrorist Attacks
Seven Years' War
Seward, William
Shays's Rebellion
Sherman, William T.
Shiloh, Battle of
Shultz, George Pratt
Sitting Bull
Smith, John
Soft Power, Concept of
Spanish-American War (1898)
State, Department of
State, U.S. Secretaries of
Stilwell, Joseph
Stimson, Henry
Strategic Air Command
Strategic Defense Initiative
Strategy
Submarines and Submarine Warfare
Taft, William Howard
Taylor, Zachary
Tecumseh
Territories, Legal and Foreign Policy and Status of
Terror, War on
Tet Offensive
Think Tanks and U.S. Military and Diplomatic Affairs
Tomb of the Unknowns
Torture, Issue of, in U.S. Military and Diplomatic Affairs
Trade and Tariffs and U.S. Diplomacy and War
Trading with the Enemy Act
Truman, Harry S.
United Nations, U.S. Relationship with the
United States Foreign Relations
United States Foreign Relations: Africa
United States Foreign Relations: Asia
United States Foreign Relations: Australasia
United States Foreign Relations: Caribbean
United States Foreign Relations: Central and South America
United States Foreign Relations: China
United States Foreign Relations: Europe
United States Foreign Relations: India
United States Foreign Relations: Iran
United States Foreign Relations: Middle East
United States Foreign Relations: Russia
United States Information Agency
Valley Forge
Van Buren, Martin
Versailles, Treaty of
Veterans
Veterans: Overview
Veterans: The Veterans Administration
Vicksburg, Siege of
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Vietnam War (1960-1975)
Voice of America
Walker, William
War, American Way of
War and Peace in American Popular Culture
War Crimes Trial, Nuremberg and Tokyo
Warfare, Psychological
War in American Popular Culture
War Industries Board
War of 1812
War Powers Act
War Propaganda and Popular Culture, American
Washington, George
Washington Naval Arms Conference
Washington's Farewell Address
Weaponry, Nonnuclear
Webster-Ashburton Treaty
Weinberger, Caspar
Whiskey Rebellion
Wilson, Woodrow
Wisconsin School of American Diplomatic History
World Bank
World War I (1914-1918)
World War I: Overview
World War I: Causes
World War I: Causes of U.S. Entry
World War I: Military and Diplomatic Course
World War I: Domestic Course
World War I: Postwar Impact
World War I: Changing Interpretations
World War II (1939-1945)
World War II: Causes
World War II: Military and Diplomatic Course
World War II: Domestic Course
World War II: Postwar Impact
World War II: Changing Interpretations
XYZ Affair
Yalta Conference
Yorktown, Battle of
Yugoslav Wars

About the author: 

Dr. Lynch is Lecturer in American Politics at the School of Social and Political Studies in the University of Melbourne. He is the author of two books (Turf War: The Clinton Administration and Northern Ireland, Ashgate, 2004; and, with Robert Singh, After Bush: The Case for Continuity in American Foreign Policy, CUP, 2008 - a winner of the 2009 Richard E. Neustadt book prize). His third book, a history of US foreign policy after the Cold War will be published by Cambridge University Press in 2011. He has guest-edited the journal International Politics and has facilitates several major academic conferences each year in London. As director of the Boston College Center in Dublin, Ireland (2000-2003), Dr. Lynch worked routinely with serving US diplomats on the Northern Ireland peace process. A Fulbright Scholar, he holds a PhD in political science from Boston College.

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